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The review of the species bionomics in Ohio contradicts this.
The bionomics of this species and its ability to survive the long hot and dry season are among several factors that need to be investigated.
Bionomics, a field within ergonomics, combines biomechanics, ergonomics, stretching, and the behavioral sciences to enable employees to self-manage their musculoskeletal health on and off the job.
One uniform/linen company claims they have virtually eliminated back injuries, a major winery claims Bionomics helps them save over $2M in workers comp cost per year, a major refinery has seen claims drop to a non-issue range, and a hospital client has seen a 90% reduction in their costs.
FIT offers workplace safety training programs based on Bionomics.
The difference between ergonomics and bionomics is that the focus is not on the physical environment, per se, but on the proper management of the body; that is the critical difference.
Adding to its list of United States-based collaborative research partners, Bionomics has established a collaborative agreement with the School of Medicine at Emory University (Atlanta, GA) to study genetic variations associated with Severe Myoclonic Epilepsy of Infancy.
Dr Deborah Rathjen, CEO and Managing Director of Bionomics, welcomed the addition of another highly regarded United States-based institution to Bionomics' network of academic collaborators in epilepsy gene discovery and drug development.
Bionomics Limited (Adelaide, Australia) granted a licence to Boston-based Athena Diagnostics (Boston, MA) to market Bionomics' childhood epilepsy diagnostic to neurologists in North America and Japan.
Under the terms of the licence agreement, Athena will pay Bionomics upfront fees on signing, milestone payments linked to sales targets and royalty payments on net sales.